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Biography - A Short Wiki
Actor and comedian best known for his career on the sketch comedy TV series MADtv. He debuted in the show in 1998, and eventually became the longest running cast member in the show’s history upon his departure in 2008.
He graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in business. His first job out of college was as a loan officer. He eventually quit this job after attending a show at the Groundlings theater, where he would go on to take classes and become a performing member.
He gained widespread renown for his variety of impressions and original characters, including the man-child Stuart, during his time on MADtv. He also guest starred on and directed various episodes of the comedy-drama TV series Scrubs.
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Quotes by Michael McDonald
"Each generation tries to disassociate itself with the last generation. And then, about three decades later, people kind of start to maybe appreciate what you might have done a while back that you don't even realize you did."
"What I particularly liked about Nineties hip hop was it had a certain reverence for the groove that I hadn't been hearing in a while."
"I was attracted to black music for the same reason that I loved those old Irish ballads. Both were social statements of sorts, and both were indigenous to their respective cultures: Ireland, where my father had grown up, and towns like St. Louis along the Mississippi River, where I was growing up."
"Whenever I sing blues from the '50s or the kind of blues that you might have heard Eric Clapton or Duane Allman emulate, I often feel the similarity of some of the ragtime stuff I sang early on. A lot of the phrasing and the harmonization is the same."
"Laziness can be virtuous in the right setting, I guess."